This week we are focusing on two bands from the New York area, who both belong in the “Should Of Been Big If Grunge Hadn’t Killed The Whole Music Scene” Catagory. First off is “Rattlesnake Kisses” from Electric Angels self titled 1990 debut with a special appearance from the 90’s favorite dumb blonde. Following Electric Angels we have the Throbs “Come Down Sister” from their 1991 release “The Language of Thieves and Vagabonds”. When the Throbs first hit the music scene, they were billed as a cross between Guns N’ Roses and the Black Crowes, but I will let you decide for yourselves on that. Unfortunately both bands were “One & Done”, although after Ryan Roxie left Electric Angels the band replaced him with guitarist John Ceparano and renamed themselves the Loveless and released “A Tale of Gin and Salvation” in 1995. All three of these albums are still available on E-Bay and Amazon and all are worth checking out. Enjoy!